MS-Word Important Questions

Margin that is added to the binding side of page when printing is called
Gutter Margin
The ability to combine name and addresses with a standard document is called
mail merge
A method enables us to send the same letter to different persons is called
mail merge
Commonly used commands and tools are placed on
Tool Bar
Option designed to replace misplled words as you type is
AutoCorrect
The key which Moves the cursor beginning of the line
Home Key
Key Combination which Moves the cursor one word right
Ctrl + Right Arrow
The key Moves the cursor end of the line
End Key
Key Combination Moves the cursor one Page Down
Ctrl + PageDown
Key Combination Moves the cursor one Paragraph Down
Ctrl + Down Arrow
Key which Moves the cursor one screen up
Page Up Key
Key Combination which Moves the cursor one word left
Ctrl + Left Arrow
Key which Moves the cursor one screen down
Page Down Key
Key which Moves the cursor one Page Up
Ctrl + PageUp
Key which Moves the cursor one paragraph up
Ctrl + Up Arrow
Key Which Moves the cursor to the beginning of Document
Ctrl + Home
Key which Moves the cursor to the end of Document
Ctrl+End
The file which starts MS-Word
winword.exe
To Open a new Document
Ctrl+N
By default, the header or the footer is printed on
Every Page
To Open Find and Replace Dialog box with activating Goto Tab
Ctrl+G
To Open Find and Replace Dialog box with activating Find Tab
Ctrl+F
To Open Find and Replace Dialog box with activating Replace Tab
Ctrl+H
Key To Open Print Dialog box
Ctrl+P
Key for Hanging Indent
Ctrl+T
The Layout With which view can you see how text and graphics will appear on the printed page
Print Layout
Portrait and Landscape are known as
Page Orientation
The feature helps you to inserts the contents of the Clipboard as text without any formatting
Paste Special
You change the vertical alignment by using
Page Setup dialog box
A collection of predefined design elements and color schemes is called a
Theme
The Word Count command on the Tools menu displays the
number of words, lines, characters and Paragraphs
Shortcut to detect spelling and grammar errors
Press F7
Shortcut to break the current column and start a new column immediately
Ctrl + Shift + Enter
To disable extended selection mode
Press Esc
Toolbar allows changing of Fonts and their sizes
Formatting Tool Bar
To Copy the selected text
Ctrl+C
To perform Paragraph formatting (Line Space and Paragraph Space)
Ctrl+Q
Background color or effects applied on a document is not visible in
Print Preview
To Right align the selected Paragraph
Ctrl+R
To Left align the selected Paragraph
Ctrl+L
When Word flags a possible spelling or grammar error, it also changes the mark on the Spelling and Grammar Status icon to a
red X
To remove tab stop markers from ruler
Drag the tab stop marker out of the ruler
For Left Indent
Ctrl+M
In Word, the default alignment for paragraphs is
left-aligned, or flush margins at the left edge and uneven edges at the right edge
To save the document
Ctrl+S
To Save and Close document
Ctrl+W
To open Save As dialog box
Press F12
To Italic the text
Ctrl+I
To Align Justify
Ctrl+J
What is a portion of a document in which you set certain page formatting options
Section
To double underline a word
Select the text then choose Format >> Font and on Font tab, open Underline Style and choose Double Underline
How can you apply exactly the same formatting you did to another text
Select the text then click on Format Painter and select the new text
Shortcut-key for manual line break
Shift + Enter
To start a new paragraph in MS-Word
Press Enter Key
Shortcut key to display field codes
Alt+F9
To display the KeyTips
Press Alt
A word field may consist of an optional field instruction called a(n)
switch
To reduce spelling error in the document use
Auto Correct
Insert Date, Format Page Number, and Insert AutoText are buttons on the
Header and Footer Toolbar
To change margins use
Page setup dialog box
In order to email a Word document from withing MS Word
Office button >> Send to >> Mail Recipient
In Word 2007 the Zoom is placed on
View Tab and Status Bar
A short horizontal line indicating the conclusion of a document
End Mark